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Top Ten Sophomore Novels I’m Looking Forward To Reading
I really wasn’t sure about this topic at first, because I don’t always read an author in order, and I don’t always pay attention to debuts and sophomore books, so I sort of went with 10 authors I want to read another book from. Some I think only have one book, but I know others have other books I need to read.
- Andy Weir, author of The Martian. This was great on audio, and I can’t wait to read another book by him.
- Atia Abawi, author of The Secret Sky. The Secret Sky made me think a lot and I really hope she writes another book, because I am a fan!
- Nicola Yoon, author of Everything, Everything. This book was a doozy, and I am so looking forward to reading another book by her.
- I.W. Gregorio, author of None Of The Above. This is one of my favorites I’ve read this year, and I want another book by Gregorio so much because I know it would be amazing.
- Stacey Lee, author of Under The Painted Sky. This book really makes me want to read more historical fiction, especially YA historical fiction.
- Kasie West, author of On The Fence. It’s such a cute, fun book, and while I haven’t read any of the other books I know West has written, I know I want to!
- Robin Talley, author of Lies We Tell Ourselves. I requested her new book from the library, and I’ve actually been looking forward to reading it.
- Katherine Howe, author of Conversion. I know she has at least one or two other books out and I will have to read them, because I liked Conversion enough to read her again.
- Yvonne Ventresca, author of Pandemic. This was frighteningly realistic, and yet, I want another book by Ventresca.
- Rosamund Hodge, author of Cruel Beauty. Hodge is another author that I know has other books out, but like some of the other authors, I haven’t read them yet. I want to, especially if the world building is as amazing in those books as it is in Cruel Beauty.